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Pancreatic Cyst Experts

The experts in pancreatic cysts at Memorial Sloan Kettering are nationally recognized for their leadership in evaluating and treating this condition. Your personal treatment team will include a wide range of specialists who use their skill and expertise to customize a plan of care that fits your unique needs.

Select from the list below to learn more about our pancreatic cyst specialists, including their education, training, board certifications, current publications, and specific areas of clinical expertise.

Surgery Minus iconIcon indicating subtraction, or that the element can be closed. Plus IconIcon indicating addition, or that the element can be opened. Arrow (down) icon.An arrow icon, usually indicating that the containing element can be opened and closed.
William R. Jarnagin, MD

William R. Jarnagin

Chief, Hepatopancreatobiliary Service; Leslie Blumgart Chair in Surgery

Pictured: Peter Allen

Peter J. Allen

Associate Director for Clinical Programs, David M. Rubenstein Center for Pancreatic Cancer Research; Murray F. Brennan Chair in Surgery

Vinod P. Balachandran

Vinod P. Balachandran

Member, David M. Rubenstein Center for Pancreatic Cancer Research

Michael I. D'Angelica, MD

Michael I. D'Angelica

Enid A. Haupt Chair in Surgery; Director, Hepatopancreatobiliary Fellowship Program; Director, Surgical Oncology Fellowship Program

Jeffrey Drebin, surgeon and Chief, Department of Surgery, Memorial Sloan Kettering

Jeffrey Drebin

Chair, Department of Surgery

T. Peter Kingham, MD

T. Peter Kingham

Director of Global Cancer Disparity Initiatives

Minimally Invasive Surgery Minus iconIcon indicating subtraction, or that the element can be closed. Plus IconIcon indicating addition, or that the element can be opened. Arrow (down) icon.An arrow icon, usually indicating that the containing element can be opened and closed.
William R. Jarnagin, MD

William R. Jarnagin

Chief, Hepatopancreatobiliary Service; Leslie Blumgart Chair in Surgery

Pictured: Peter Allen

Peter J. Allen

Associate Director for Clinical Programs, David M. Rubenstein Center for Pancreatic Cancer Research; Murray F. Brennan Chair in Surgery

Vinod P. Balachandran

Vinod P. Balachandran

Member, David M. Rubenstein Center for Pancreatic Cancer Research

Michael I. D'Angelica, MD

Michael I. D'Angelica

Enid A. Haupt Chair in Surgery; Director, Hepatopancreatobiliary Fellowship Program; Director, Surgical Oncology Fellowship Program

T. Peter Kingham, MD

T. Peter Kingham

Director of Global Cancer Disparity Initiatives

Gastroenterology and Preventive Oncology Minus iconIcon indicating subtraction, or that the element can be closed. Plus IconIcon indicating addition, or that the element can be opened. Arrow (down) icon.An arrow icon, usually indicating that the containing element can be opened and closed.
Robert C. Kurtz, MD -- Chief, Gastroenterology and Nutrition Service

Robert C. Kurtz

Memorial Sloan Kettering gastroenterologist Delia Calo

Delia Calo

Memorial Sloan Kettering gastroenterologist Hans Gerdes

Hans Gerdes

Memorial Sloan Kettering gastroenterologist Mark Schattner

Mark A. Schattner

Chief, Gastroenterology, Hepatology and Nutrition Service

Memorial Sloan Kettering gastroenterologist Pari Shah

Pari Shah

Memorial Sloan Kettering gastroenterologist Smrita Sinha

Smrita Sinha

Radiology Minus iconIcon indicating subtraction, or that the element can be closed. Plus IconIcon indicating addition, or that the element can be opened. Arrow (down) icon.An arrow icon, usually indicating that the containing element can be opened and closed.
Pathology Minus iconIcon indicating subtraction, or that the element can be closed. Plus IconIcon indicating addition, or that the element can be opened. Arrow (down) icon.An arrow icon, usually indicating that the containing element can be opened and closed.
Pictured: Olca Basturk

Olca Basturk

Memorial Sloan Kettering pathologist David Klimstra

David S. Klimstra

Chair, Department of Pathology; James Ewing Alumni Chair of Pathology

Memorial Sloan Kettering pathologist Michael Roehrl

Michael H. A. Roehrl

Director, Precision Pathology Biobanking Center

Memorial Sloan Kettering surgical pathologist Jinru Shia

Jinru Shia

Director, Gastrointestinal Pathology; Director, Gastrointestinal Pathology Fellowship Program

Laura H. Tang, MD, PhD

Laura H. Tang

Social Work Minus iconIcon indicating subtraction, or that the element can be closed. Plus IconIcon indicating addition, or that the element can be opened. Arrow (down) icon.An arrow icon, usually indicating that the containing element can be opened and closed.